07 December 2015

Filled With Favorite Meals, Celebrations, Music And Special Guests Including Reba Mcentire

Season Seven Premieres Saturday, January 2nd at 10:30am ET/PT

NEW YORK - December 7, 2015 - Grammy-winning® music superstar and best-selling cookbook author Trisha Yearwood is celebrating 2016 with new episodes of the Emmy-winning® series Trisha's Southern Kitchen, premiering Saturday, January 2nd at 10:30am ET/PT.    With a trip to the Country Music Hall of Fame and down-home dinner with Reba McEntire, a Graceland visit honoring Elvis Presley with Banana Pancake Sandwiches and a Habitat for Humanity build, season seven is jam-packed with delicious food, beloved family and friends and special moments in the kitchen and on the road.  The thirteen-episode season also features Trisha's lighter take on favorite Southern dishes, game-day party food and a nostalgic "Barbie Q" with Trisha's sister Beth.
 
"Trisha invites viewers not only into her kitchen this season, she also takes them on the road to visit places that hold special memories for her," said Bob Tuschman, General Manager and Senior Vice President, Food Network. "Her passion for food and music, devotion to her family and friends and love for the South are front and center in Trisha's Southern Kitchen, and it's a joy to watch."
 
In the premiere episode, Trisha is being honored with the ASCAP Voice of Music Award and she starts the day eating light with a Peanut Butter and Banana Breakfast Smoothie, then heads to a wardrobe fitting with a Whipped Sweet Potatoes snack.  During lunch, she gets hair and makeup ready while preparing a Chicken Salad with Homemade Herbed Crackers.  After the awards ceremony, Trisha indulges in a decadent Chicken Salad, Avocado and Cheddar Panini and a quick Chocolate Cake in a Mug for dessert.  In the following episode airing January 9th, Trisha takes a day trip to Memphis in honor of Elvis Presley.  With her friend Julie, she visits Graceland, Sun Studio and makes a Banana Pancake Sandwich filled with Peanut Butter Maple Syrup spread to pay homage to the king.  They also make other Memphis-inspired dishes including Tamale-Style Pulled Pork over a Cheesy Grit Cake, BBQ Pork Nachos and an indulgent Vanilla Milkshake with White Chocolate and Peanut Covered Straws.
 
Want to try out Trisha's Southern-style meals at home  Find her recipes, watch highlights from the show, tour her Nashville kitchen and go behind-the-scenes at FoodNetwork.com/Trisha, and join the conversation on Twitter using #SouthernKitchen.
 
Trisha Yearwood possesses one of the most powerful voices in music and has built an empire by graciously standing her ground and fighting triumphantly. Like Trisha herself, her twelfth album "PrizeFighter: Hit After Hit," is the complete package, featuring ten of her career-defining hits and six new songs sung so deftly, they call to mind floating butterflies and stinging bees. In fact, the bob-and-weave between classics and new songs mirrors her footwork each night on stage alongside Garth Brooks, as part of their history-making tour. This platinum-selling, multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM Award-winning recording artist is the epitome of Southern charm...and a C.E.O. to boot. In the past year, the lifestyle maven unveiled her own cookware line, partnered with Klaussner Home Furnishings to launch her own furniture collection, and published her third New York Times Bestselling cookbook, "Trisha's Table."
 
Trisha's Southern Kitchen is produced by Magical Elves.
 

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